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  1. Nein-reis

    Nein-reis TPF Noob!

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    Elloooo, I'm Tyler. I'm 22 yrs old and I'm a graphic designer, graduated from Art Institute Of Colorado... Interested in photography but not professionally, just looking to improve my knowledge. Would like to take some impressive shots and get better. I have a Canon A630 but I might buy a Digi rebel EOS down the road when I improve more and grow out of this camera.

    Here is a few I took a couple days ago with my buddys POS Nikon coolpix L4:

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    ISO & white balance is off... but meh

    nice to meet you all, any suggestions are welcome! :thumbup:
     
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    I really like the setup in the last one - something about a pristine white car around graffiti. Then again, I dig graffiti hehe
     
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    nice shots!
     
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    I like the first and second ones. The second one looks like the car is hiding. Very nice.:cool:
     
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    Thanks guys! anyone know a nice DIY or article(s) I can read to learn more on the technical side of photography. Settings, when to use cetain settings, ect...???
     

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